The other key difference in the bath cabinets is that we used cultured marble tops instead of granite. This was primarily due to the fact that we used an overrun of granite in the kitchen from a countertop manufacturer that installed it at about half the normal cost. Our countertop contractor had just enough to do the kitchen countertops. We could have gone with a different lot of granite but we decided to save some money and put in cultured marble.
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We have three full baths in the house, two downstairs and one upstairs.
We installed a tile border between the cultured marble top and the fluted trim around the mirror. This set of the contrast nicely. My wife also picked out diamond faceted, acrylic cabinet pulls that fit in beautifully.
This bath also has tons of cabinet storage, with six extra deep drawers on
heavy duty drawer guides that pull the drawer all the way out to make full use
of the drawer.
We did not need the bath cabinet storage like in the other baths and this oversized pedestal sink gave this bath a unique, high quality look and took up less space.
If you want more information about cabinets, it would be a good idea for you to review the Kitchen Cabinet page. I go into much more detail about trim carpenters, cabinet hardware, and lighting.
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